• £11.50 Each

    Jane Taylor. Producer - Colin Elliot

    Compass (2013) Album

    1I Will Get Therelyricsplay
    2All Things Changelyricsplay
    5Lay Down Your Swordlyricsplay


    This album was made in Sheffield's Yellow Arch Studios with Mercury Nominated Producer Colin Elliot. It features the Grimethorpe Colliery Band, strings (arranged and performed by Robin Davies and Beth Porter, with guest violinist Feargus Heatherington), a Steinway (borrowed from the Victoria Rooms in Bristol), a gospel choir (made up of singing friends from Bath and Bristol) and the entire Richard Hawley band (without Richard, who kindly lent them to me for a morning!) What fans have said… ‘Inspiring..’ ‘Beautiful, beautiful album..’ ‘It’s on permanent play back in the car’ 'I LOVE it! Didn't think you would manage to create a follow up to Montpelier that I'd also fall in love with. But I completely have. Well done!! <br>

  • £9.99 Each

    Jane Taylor & the JT Band (2013)

    Songs we're working on...(raw & unmastered ) Ltd Edition EP

    1Oh Decemberlyricsplay
    2Mr Clauslyricsplay
    8Angels Singlyricsplay


    This is a 7 track Ltd Edition EP exclusively sharing the first songs we've created for 'Mr Claus' - our alternative gypsy 'musical' we're writing about St Nick meeting 2014. We made it in Rob's garage studio in Milton Keynes. It was originally supposed to just be a reference CD for the band, but we decided it might be a nice thing to actually share this stage with you too. It's raw and unmastered.

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    Jane Taylor & Friends Live

    'The Live Album (2011)

    3Crazy For The Boylyricsplay
    4I Will Get Therelyricsplay
    5Fall On Melyricsplay


    This album is a live recording of the fantastic gig we all performed at St George's Hall in Bristol. It features the JT strings (Lizz Lipscombe, Robin Davies and Kate Robey) and brass (Andy Davies, Matt Davies & Chris Sanders), A gospel choir made up of 'Original Sing' and 'The Barefoot Collective', Singer Songwriter Roger Tarry on electric guitar, Singer Songwriter Rob Bray on Percussion and Uke and Alphonse Daudet Touna on his African Marimba. It was awarded a 'Top Banana' from Venue, declaring it one of the top 3 gigs of the South West of that year. It was sold out and it was possibly my favourite gig to date. So it's a real pleasure to be able to finally share it with you all. It was recorded, mixed and engineered by Dave Lewis who came in at the very last minute..I only thought about recording the concert three days before!! I am so very very glad that I did.

  • £11.50 Each

    Jane Taylor. Producer - Bill Lovelady

    Montpelier (2005) Album

    1Fall on melyricsplay
    2My Streetlyricsplay
    3Hit The Groundlyricsplay
    6Mirror Mirrorlyricsplay
    7Blowing This Candle Outlyricsplay
    11Getting To Melyricsplay


    This is the debut album. It was made in a barn in Oxfordshire with the early JT Band and Award Winning Producer Bill Lovelady after Publisher Johnny Stirling suggested that we together. It turned out to be a good match! The barn was freezing cold, as it was an ACTUAL barn, but Bill was right; the acoustics in there were amazing and they really helped create quite a special atmosphere for the whole album. Johnnie Walker played the opening track 'Fall on Me' about twenty times on BBC Radio 2 and then invited me in to play a live session. It was the beginning of the journey outside into the world for me. The doodle is of the street where I wrote all the songs in Montpelier, Bristol.

  • Jane Taylor

    'Oh December' (CD Single)


    This track reached no 21 in the iTunes download charts and was played on BBC Radio 2 on Christmas day. It has become part of the musical me and the JT Band are currently writing called 'Mr Clause'. It was recorded in Toy Box Studios in 2011 and there's pictures of me and the band recording it, in the gallery. The brass was arranged by Robin Davies, and Lizz Lipscombe arranged the strings (our violinist). I love this track very much. It's how I feel about the month of December. It explodes into a medley of Christmasness at the end (Robin's brilliant arrangement). One for the car journey, stuck in traffic, somewhere in the month of December.

  • Bristol Songwriters

    A Song For John Dillon (Inspiration)


    This is a beautiful album which is also a celebration of some of the very best songwriters in the city of Bristol. The City of Music! (if you hung out here, you'd see what I mean). There are 2 songs on here from me, including a brand new song called 'Inspiration' (I call it 'Always'). Buying this album will help raise money for a Cancer Rehabilitation Centre in the heart of the city. In the bargain you get a brand new album!